Translating hidden processes of elusive motion art
Dance is one of the most creative forms of art. Through choreography, it embodies emotions and thoughts through precisely practised motions. This process has long been considered very elusive to be studied and documented. However, this is changing in our digital world that is enabling the recordings and studies of choreographic processes. The EU-funded E2-CREATE project will conduct interdisciplinary research combining computational arts and artistic skills in dance with the support of computer vision, machine learning and generative computer art. This will enable a new level of knowledgeable transfer at the crossroads of art and science to encode embodied creativity in the performing arts.